The Films of Henri-Georges Clouzot. New 4K Restoration!
France | 1943 | Henri-Georges Clouzot
Made during the Nazi Occupation of France and condemned by many as anti-French German propaganda (it was banned for two years after the Liberation), Clouzot’s wartime thriller chronicles how residents of a small French town are terrorized by poison pen letters written by someone who knows all their dirty secrets. The missives are signed by “The Raven”—but who is it? With Pierre Fresnay. “As brilliantly nasty as Wages of Fear and Diabolique or indeed anything this misanthropic filmmaker ever did.” –J. Hoberman, Village Voice. Cleveland revival premiere. Subtitles. DCP. 92 min.
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